Win A Break For Four At The Butlins Sports Fest

SPEND an afternoon with two of West Ham United's favourite sons; Sir Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters and relive the "they think it's all over - it is now!" moment.  They are hosting a question and answer session as part of the Sports Fest Weekend at Butlins Minehead, 9th - 12th September.

Former World Featherweight Boxing Champion Barry McGuigan will be hosting the event as well as taking part in many sports.  Footballers Matt Le Tissier and Neil Ruddock will join Barry in family sessions on sprinting and dribbling a football while Neville Southall, former Everton goalkeeper, hosts a penalty shootout.

Graham Gooch, considered one of England's best batsmen, will be on hand for those looking for some cricketing tips and Roger Mace, golf pro, will be showing you how to do some amazing trick shots.

The sports theme continues into the entertainment with Barry and Neil hosting Butlins A Question of Sport while Wayne 'Hawaii 501' Mardle, World-class Darts player, hosts Butlins Bullseye.

Butlins and West Ham United have teamed up to offer one lucky fan the chance to win a trip to Sports Fest, 9th - 12th September at Minehead, for a family of four staying in a Gold self-catering apartment.

To win all you have to do is answer the following question:

What was the score in West Ham United's opening Premier League game of the season against Blackburn Rovers?

Email your answers to [email protected]

The closing date for entries is Friday 26th August.

For as little as £44 per person guests at Butlins Minehead can enjoy a short break, 9th - 12th September, packed with the UK's most popular sports. 

To book a Butlins break call 0870 242 0870 or visit

Terms and conditions
The break is subject to the terms and conditions as stated in the current Butlins brochure and must be taken on 9th - 12th September at Butlins Minehead.  It is for a family of 4 sharing a Gold self-catering apartment.  The break cannot be exchanged for other prizes, is non-transferable and travel is not included.